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Jun 22, 2013 12:30am PDT
not a lot of people who wanted to take down dams. with the bad economy there is not a lot of money to pay for it. this project is goingó[ to jump-start this movement again. it's closely watched by engineers andçó biologistshnoun the country. >> it'st(çó obsolete.é@ if you have an old car or "tclding, after a while there is only so many times you canqxd k fixing it before you need to buy a new one. this dam was built when warren g. harding was president, 92 years ago. overtime the dams silt up behind them. that comes down thejf river and help replenish beaches gets stuck and the water gets fullq up. this reservoir!u is 95% full. a bunch of dirt and filled it almos4ñá alljf the way on and t ont( the water, you only store bit of water. it's useless. statet( engineers said in an earthquake it could collapse. if it collapsed, the amount of mud and sand behind that can fill 250,000 dump trucks. it would kill everything in the river and take out about 1500 houses. >> how are they going to get rid of itfá all? >> it's lpÑiinteresting. th the bottom withxd dynamite andw press the plun
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